Hijacked Words Limit Health and Fitness

What does the word ‘realistic’ mean to you? That depends largely on what you consider to be real, doesn’t it? Generally in a materalistic society, that means whatever is physical is real. Emotions and thoughts are intangible and therefore are not considered to be as real as the physical body for example. Hence when someone chides you to ‘be realistic’ about your health it usually means that if you don’t spend hours in the gym building muscle strength, you do not see reality for what it is.

To achieve fitness most people think spending 5 to 15 minutes a day and getting more results seems unlikely, like a pie in the sky dream, if they want to gain optimal health and loose the flab.  And it’s true if you’re only looking at fitness (as limited as the word ‘realistic’) primarily as muscle strength, flexiblity and bulk. However, if we consider the health of our brain and nervous system as well as endocrine and emotional balance as part of the health equation, we can actually speed up the process.

This is exactly how Body’Fit pH Fitness™ achieves it’s remarkable exercise results. In addition to exercising our muscles in equal balance, this innovative daily routine restores a normal alkaline body pH to  balance our hormones as well as our emotions, and nourish our deep internal organs in a flash.  With this comes health fitness that is much more than muscle deep.

Tip for the day, remember all those who have accomplished great things did a certain amount of dreaming, hoping, wishing, desiring, and planning.  Why limit yourself…  imagine the possibility! To be ‘realistic’ about health fitness means to try something new if you want a new result.

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